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  1. #1
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    Default spacer

    how do i fill the gap when running after market props?
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    Use a nylstop screw, not this purple bullet.

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    i use the screw then the bullet on the stock prop.the aftermarket has a shorter hub.20220114_091858[365].jpg

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    why do the pictures post sidways?

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    Use a piece of fuel/water cooling tube as a spacer.
    Paul Upton-Taylor, Greased Weasel Racing.

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    You can reduce the flexshaft lenght.

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    then the stock style prop won't work
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    i need the spacer shown above
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    you can fill the gap with peek rings(it's a kind of teflon)it gives also no problem with the balance of the propshaft (tfl sells them)

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    i found one here at the ose store
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